Hammonton Third Thursdays

Hammonton, N.J. – Stockton University at Kramer Hall will host a family-friendly winter activity for the community during Hammonton’s monthly Third Thursday event on Dec. 15 at 5 p.m.

Members of the community are welcome to come to Kramer Hall and create their own Ojo de Dios (Eye of God), a woven diamond design on a wooden cross.

In Latin American communities, such as Mexico, the ojo is traditionally used as a spiritual tool to protect one from hidden or unknown dangers. However, there has been a great increase in people using ojos as Christmas tree ornaments or festive decorations that can be hung anywhere, as they are easy crafts that people can create and customize to their liking.  

Interested participants should register through Eventbrite, and tickets are free for everyone.

Located in the historic Downtown Hammonton cultural hub, Stockton University's Kramer Hall provides students the opportunity to advance their careers through various graduate and Continuing Studies offerings.

Other events at Kramer Hall include the Noyes Museum of Art’s current exhibition, “Lilt,” and the Nolan Ryan Pop-Up Memorabilia Exhibit, both of which will be available until 2023.

Kramer Hall is located at 30 Front Street, Hammonton, N.J., 08037, and can be reached at (609)-626-3840.